Attractions near Bosherston
Pembroke Castle (4 Miles)*
Pembroke Castle is one of the largest castles in Wales. It was not a royal castle but the possession of a private lord - his residence and the administrative centre of his territories.
Lamphey Bishops Palace (5 Miles)*
The medieval bishops of St Davids were worldly men who enjoyed the privileges of wealth, power and status. At Lamphey, near Pembroke, they built for themselves a magnificent retreat away from the worries of Church and State.
Carew Castle and Tidal Mill (7 Miles)*
Carew is one of the few castles to display the development from Norman fortification to Elizabethan country house. There is evidence of a much earlier settlement, dating back perhaps some 2,000 years.
Manor House Wildlife Park (9 Miles)*
Anna Ryder Richardson's Wild Welsh Zoo has something for everyone!In this charming park you'll experience close-up meetings with endangered animals from all over the world.
Tenby Museum & Art Gallery (11 Miles)*
Founded in 1878, Tenby Museum & Art Gallery is situated in part of the medieval castle, overlooking Castle Beach and Caldey Island
Folly Farm (12 Miles)*
Folly Farm is one of Wales' largest family attractions. Daily entertainment ensures a fun-packed day for the whole family.
Oakwood Theme Park (14 Miles)*
Set in 80 acres of spectacular Pembrokeshire countryside Oakwood is one of the UK's leading theme parks.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Bosherston
Bosherston (< 1 Mile)*
Bosherston is a peaceful historic village within the lovely Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Its main attractions are the long sandy beach at Broad Haven and the famous lily ponds on the former Stackpole Estate.
Stackpole (1 Mile)*
Stackpole is a delightful village about 4 miles south of Pembroke on the coast of South Wales.
Pembroke (4 Miles)*
Pembroke is a historic walled town in West Wales, famous for its Norman castle. Once the county town of Pembrokeshire.
Manorbier (6 Miles)*
Lydstep (8 Miles)*
Herbrandston (9 Miles)*
Landshipping (10 Miles)*
The tiny riverside hamlet of Landshipping is located opposite the majestic Picton castle, nestled on the banks of the eastern Cleddau's secret waterway. Once the centre of the area's coal-mining industry.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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